Subject: Why does the amount of catalase activity vary in different tissues?
Date: Wed Feb 9 10:45:29 2000
Posted by Elle
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City: Sheffield State/Province: Yorkshire
Area of science: Biochemistry
Why does the relative amount of catalase activity vary in tissues of
different types, in particular liver, apple, potato and kidney. Why is
that when hydrogen peroxide is added to liver tissue, a greater volume of
oxygen is produced than when the same experiment is carried out using
apple, potato or kidney tissue?
Re: Why does the amount of catalase activity vary in different tissues?
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